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The Values of Representation in Media

The Values of Representation in Media

By Joshua Espinoza, Staff Writer January 11, 2022

Diversity refers to the inclusion of people with unique backgrounds, gender identities, and sexual orientations. Even with “representation” onscreen, the media pushes out harmful stereotypes that can...


The Astroworld Tragedy

By Lila Esquivel, Staff Writer January 11, 2022

Travis Scott, who was born in Houston, Texas, is one of the most popular artists of this decade. His album “Astroworld” has sold about four million copies in the U.S., and his collaboration with Drake...

ESOL teacher Mr. Garcia teaching a level three ESOL class.

What About ESOL?

By Ailanis Rodriguez , Staff Writer November 4, 2021

Covid 19 changed our lives completely, from the way we socialize to the way students learn. Miami Senior High has done a great job when dealing with Covid, but the pandemic affected our learning either...

Mr. Wilsons class following the mask requirement.

Masks or No Masks?

By Keedy Tique, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

   As the school season approached in August, parents, students, and teachers began to worry about the mask mandate. Governor Ron DeSantis proposed to take off the masks this school year.     ...

Women and Why They Dont Want Kids Anymore

Women and Why They Don’t Want Kids Anymore

By Brooke Martinez, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

Women aren't having as many kids as before, but it’s not a terrible thing. For some women, it’s their financial situation; for others, it’s the state that the world is in right now. A lot of things...

Mr. Fertil and club officers of Culture Circle.

Uniting Cultures With Culture Circle

By Natalie Morales, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

   Like many other clubs, Culture Circle offers many activities for its members as well as community service hours for those looking to complete graduation requirements. But what really makes Culture...

Con Las Dos Manos Atras

By Alejandra Anias, Editor-In-Chief October 28, 2021

In Cuba there’s a saying that goes, “Con una mano alante y la otra atrás,” meaning that even though you’re struggling, you can still get by and figure things out to get to the end of the month....

Derek Chauvin Goes to Jail for George Floyd’s Murder

By Dan Mayorga, Staff Writer June 7, 2021

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd went to his local food market in Minneapolis. A cashier from the store called the police on him because they believed he handed them a fake 20-dollar bill. Police arrived...

Ms. Garcia enjoys teaching as she love[s] to help other in all ways- academically and spiritually, she said.

Nothing is impossible with Ms. A. Garcia!

By Dominic Avila, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

     In my opinion, Ms. Adria Garcia is the best Reading teacher that I have had because she helps, understands, and motivates her students daily. Her motto: “Nothing is impossible” encourages her students to focus and never to give up...

Editor-in-Chief of MIAHI Carlos Martinez-Busta said, “Having the independence to create such an important piece of student’s high school years is very important to the MIAHI staff.”

Club Presidents During Their Senior Year: Covid Edition

By Lester Flores, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

Homecoming       Homecoming Week at Miami Senior High is one of the most anticipated events of the school year. Spirit clubs like BETA, Honoria, Interact, and Key spend weeks preparing to unveil...


Bringing Back FSA Testing in 2021

By Chavela Ardines , Staff Writer May 4, 2021

Last year exams like FSA, EOC, and any other big exam needed to pass the grade were canceled due to covid. This year Miami Dade County School have said that testing will not be canceled and will continue. There...


COVID Canceled FSA In 2020. But Not In 2021

By Helen Lugo, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

It’s official!! FSA testing started April 6 right after spring break. No matter if you take your classes MSO or PHY, if you are a 9th or 10th grader or an older student who did not take the FSA last...

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